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 No.3613[Reply]

have a nice day

 No.3615

If you can't view this video, remember you can always watch it at https://hooktube.com/watch?v=J1Rd7zrvW7k

 No.3617

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The local swimming pool opened today. The temperature is flirting with 100F. It's the unofficial first weekend of Summer, make it a good one Sushis.

 No.3656

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Natsu da! Umi da!
eat your watermelon and be happy!

 No.3658

>>3656
What's this picture from?

 No.3659

>>3658
Komi-san wa Komyushou Desu.
It's pretty damn good.



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 No.3595[Reply]

I just missed a math test and downgraded my attendance record by about five hours because, despite having six loud and repeating alarms on my phone, I couldn't wake up until 12PM.

This isn't the first time either. While it didn't happen a few months ago, I find myself oversleeping at least a day or two a week now, and I don't know how to fix it, especially since my sleep habits didn't change that much. I haven't been contacted by my uni about it yet, but I suppose that's only a question of time. This is seriously threatening whether or not I will pass this year.

How do you sushi rolls deal with absenteeism and oversleeping?
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 No.3608

I've been struggling with the same thing last semester. I would stay up really late for no good reason (woo, depressive episodes!), and then sleep through the class no matter how many alarms I set.

It culminated in me missing an exam right before exam right before finals! I would have aced the exam and really cushioned my grade before finals, but I overslept and missed it, and as a result I failed the class. Now I get to take it over this summer…

Moral of the story: Learn from your mistakes, or you will suffer major consequences. I don't know what you're doing to make yourself oversleep, but if there's something you know that's causing you to oversleep, be responsible and stop doing it.

 No.3609

I got lucky when I went to my last school. Teachers there were very lax, and didn't mind at all if you showed up late on the first day. The exams went over 2-3 days, so the first day you just had to show up to get the assignment, and sign their attendance form. I didn't show up much later than 30 minutes at the most tho, but I saw some that didn't show up until the day after (their performance wasn't great tho).

 No.3626

I've experienced a similar thing. No matter how many alarms I'd set, I would still wake up at least two hours later. I got would get angry at myself because "I overslept" is such a bad excuse and no one bought it, but I honestly found myself awake and confused way too late. I think it might be related to stress and anxiety, because since I dropped out, I get up at 6am with no problems almost every day :^)

 No.3645

I have had sleep issues for a while. What works for me lately is to have the same bedtime every night. I picked 11:00, even on weekends. I put my alarm across the room on my desk so I have to get out of bed, then I can sit down at the computer and do something entertaining to get myself up. I really can not trust myself with having the alarm within arm's reach. At first I set my alarm to 9:00 to be really generous, after a couple of weeks I now have it on 8:30.

Good luck to you sushi.

 No.3657

I decided to get up early mostly as a token of discipline, last night I went to bed late and could barely sleep and right now I'm really sleepy and just waiting for someone to arrive. I want to lay down but this is not my house and I'm getting impatient. And sleepy.



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 No.3[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Nifty picture thread is go~

Share any and all of your cool images that you've collected whilst wandering the Internet.
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 No.379[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Any drawrolls laying around?
Watcha working on.
>tfw working on drawing straight lines
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 No.3588

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>>3585
I worked on it non-stop since posting this and ended up finishing it already.
I really have that lack of discipline where I'll do nothing for ages then do nothing but for a week. It's a pain but is also nice during that one week.

 No.3589

>>3588
I love it sushi, I'll play an insurgency round FAL only in her honor

 No.3590

>>3588
this is great

 No.3640

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>>3103 here. I'm trying to experiment by branching out into simple color shading and more dynamic poses, since I have a bad habit of only drawing lineart from the same perspective most of the time.

>>3588
Excellent work, sushi roll! Please share more of your work with us~

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Guys don't die on me, this has been my favourite thread since it started in 2016!
It's getting lonely.

>>3640
>dynamic poses
I've always found it super difficult to draw people from top down or bottom up, I end up just drawing them sorta squished.
I think I should probably practise figure drawing a lot more than I do (see: never).



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 No.2106[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Does anyone here actually have a regular social life?
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 No.3461

>>3457
Not him, but I'm you. You posted this when you were drunk, remember?

 No.3467

>>3461
Impossible. I don't drink alcohol. I haven't had a drop of alcohol in over 7 years.

 No.3493

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>>3442
Sleeping during the day is very unhealthy, sleep during the night and get your wake rhythm set straight again. Then go out to any club of your choice and join it, doesnt matter if its a gun club, martial arts, sailing, even if they deny you, keep trying and improving until they accept you. And make sure you GO the entire way there on your very own feet, even if your legs break down and your back hurts, never stop going forward! Never give up! This is perharps your only chance left to grasp hope back!

Once you have finally achieved that, go to every single club activity and heap lots of other responsibilities and self-restrictions on yourself; learn, self-improve, hit the gym. The more things you have to take care of, the less you will be able to fuck up! Maybe you don't understand now, but you will when you have come that far.

 No.3496

>>3442
Well, I've ended up enjoying this. There's something strangely satisfying in embracing the shit, and bathing in grief and misery, and lying in the bed half a day staring at the walls with empty head, after waking up several times due to horrors, and rejecting basic things like food and social interaction, and watching the body struggling with it's stupid master and slowly decaying, becoming unable to experience joy. I've got my sleep deprivation record back then - 4 nights sleepless; I don't know how many hours exactly, because I have no idea when have I fallen asleep nor how much have I slept. This was definitely an experience, I may say.
And I'm still a neet, 4 years and counting. No friends literally, only this one guy I've met somewhere on the web, we share cute pics and chat occasionaly. All the "friends" disappered after graduation, making it painfully obvious that they didn't need me, all the needed was a guy who shares his done homework and can help during tests. I've had a girlfriend, and this whole relationship thing, we even lived together for some time. Ze relationship thing is a total pisstake. I've had occasional jobs when I wanted to buy something relatively expensive, and this (working) was actually fun, sort of. I have a pretty short temper and unbending ground when it comes to dealing with humans, and don't hold on to the job if something bugs me, and watching people's reaction to my certain actions is funny. Being forced to socialize, however, is not, to the point of just turning and silently walking away, trying to cope with earth-shaking hatred and not to start a fight because I blackout in fights and have beaten a guy to half-death one time in school.
I don't know why I'm writing whis, I'm not even drunk. Something in your post triggered me.

 No.3542

>>2106
Not my case sushi, if I didn't have to attend college I would be a recluse (at least I get to be one during summer vacation). My classmates are pretty cool and they occasionally try inviting me out but I always turn them down. The thing is that I have very deep trust issues. I have kept this a secret from them all for years. I have rather negative affectivity. The laughs I share with other people don't make much of a positive impact on me as the bad things do to ruin my mood. Despite all of this, I'm not depressed, but I always end up distacing myself from people whether I'm thinking about it or not.



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 No.3338[Reply]

Do you think we'll be better off or worse off in the next 10 years?
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 No.3378

This is kind of a reply both to OP and >>3342. I'm a bit more optimistic - in terms of learning (or wisdom if you like) we can all be better off in ten years providing we live that long. It's never been easier to absorb new knowledge, either from legal sources (the myriads of out-of-copyright books on Project Gutenberg or archive.org) or illegal ones (Library Genesis). This especially applies if you don't like today's culture; just drop out of it and tune into the wealth of stuff from the past. Go back a century and watch a silent film, or two and half millennia and read a play by Aristophanes.

If you don't like reading on your computer (I don't), you can print out PDFs in a booklet format which allows you to fold them into a holdable, physical thing. Or, if you have one, use a public library - if yours doesn't have a book you want, ask a librarian to order it for you. Or go to a nearby city and check out the second-hand book shops there. I can buy a few books which will keep me busy for months for £10 here.

My point is: whatever your situation, you can be better off in ten years' time by learning. There's no need to bemoan the present when the past is out there waiting for you.

 No.3382

I have literally no idea, so i'd say 50/50

 No.3385

>>3378
You make a valid point with your post. I'd like to go into some full self-educating throughout the next decade. Although I'm close to 30 I'm sick of sitting here being a long-term NEET going nowhere fast. I just feel like I could make better use out of all this free time.

 No.3389

If the world continues in the direction it's going, those who accept the invasiveness of technology and the utility it brings will live much better. Cynical people who frequent imageboards will hate it though. I think most people will love the facility of modern day life in 10 years, we will loathe it. Probably anyways.

 No.3390

>>3378
>>3342 here. I've found it harder and harder to learn new things and retain knowledge/memory the older I get. I feel like my brain is rotting away behind my eyes. Like you said however I've turned my back on the current pro-degenerate culture of today and it's creatively bankrupt media to focus a bit more on older stuff. Problem is you can only rewatch old movies or play old games so many times. I think living in my past has only done be harm however. It's kept me from moving forward and doing anything with my life.



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 No.2528[Reply]

hello fellow rolls
i just wanted to come here and say

uwu

that is all. thank you for reading my first ever post!
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>>2680
No. It's not.

 No.2709

>>2701
Not with that attituwude!

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>>2709
snirk!

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this is a robbery!

hand over your uwu's lest i rend you asunder with my righteous fury

 No.3387

>>3372
uwu
Please don't murder me with a Nerf gun. I could never live it down.



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 No.3366[Reply]

Is anyone enjoying or enjoyed their 4/20? I'm really hoping I can get out and find some smoke and relax on this nice warm day.
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Happy 4/20. I had a laced blunt back in October which made me quit smoking, but I wish you all happy good times.

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>>3367
>>3368
Don't do weed, kids, or the memory loss will make you mysteriously forget to attach pictures on your favourite comfy imageboard.

 No.3380

>>3368
The grey file uploading bar is pretty shit. If you're having trouble now, you're not going to be able to upload images at all within three weeks.

 No.3381

>>3373
Weed is the trigger, I guess.

 No.3383

>>3370
This might explain my deteriorating mental state the 11 years I've been smoking now.

>>3373
Yeah, I too have always been mentally off. I probably should go see a psychiatrist or something.



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 No.3348[Reply]

Does sushi believe in fate, destiny, or anything of that sort?
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 No.3356

>>3355
>I guess the entire concept can just eternally jump through theoretical loops like that and you don't get anything out of thinking on it so I'll shut up now.
If you keep going in circles then sure, but it's pretty fun if you keep introducing new ideas.

I'm not sure what you mean by unobtanable fates theoretically existing. The rest of it seems like you think the future is a single path without any branches ("regardless of alterations to your "fate" those alterations were themselves part of your fate"), so how do fates besides the true one exist in this model?

 No.3358

>>3356
>so how do fates besides the true one exist in this model
They don't. There is only one true fate, with the illusion of alternate fates taking part in it's manifestation.

For example, if one were to want to eat an apple but then decide, I don't want to comply with my fate and eat that apple, changing to a banana. That change of decision to the banana was itself fated, voiding any notion of choice in avoiding the true fate, but not diminishing the distinction that it may hold.

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Like it was said before, if we live in a truly isolated system everything that happens is just a consequence of something that happened before in a domino effect.
In fact, all the research that is done assumes that we are in a closed system because that's the best we can deduce based on what is known. Maybe one day we'll know it as not true, on that day many researchers will be thrilled like never before.

 No.3363

I'm normally a logical and rationally kind of person, but when it comes to this I do sometimes have my doubts. Likewise I try to write things off as coincidence or dumb luck. For example I was fired from my first job after about a year of working there. Apparently my coworkers were into shady stuff and assumed I was too clean and likely to rat them out. I didn't even know they were doing anything wrong at the time. So they tried to frame me for the theft of $10,000 and got me fired. Mind you I hated this job anyway. I was cleared but the boss didn't care. I went without working for a while after that until a few months latter when my gambling addicted mother entered me into some tournament thing at the local casino. Mind you I dislike gambling and she knows it. Well I got second place and won $10,000. …which she took $2000 of and flushed down the drain that same night at that casino, but hey it was one heck of a coincidence.

 No.3393

>>3363
I think that's more karma than fate.



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 No.1057[Reply]

Is it true that the only thing that matters is being happy?
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 No.3256

>>3219
this

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>>3219
diet pepsi is just a worse version of pepsi, which is the worst cola. dr. pepper and cheerwine are the superior colas

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>>3259
Excellent taste.

 No.3331

>>3259
I'm sad because cheerwine isn't sold in my part of the country, but I have relatives in the deep south and they always buy some for me when I visit.

 No.3337

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Taking it easy, and making sure others can take it easy, is more important. Sadness is important to life too, just don't let it consume you.
>>1068
Damn straight sushi.
>>1078
Happiness be like it is. There isn't anything else to it. miracles an shit



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